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Plough, Sampford road, Radwinter CB10

Plough, Radwinter

Provided by Damian Smith

Plough, Radwinter circa 1939 -1940

Plough, Radwinter circa 1939 -1940

Kindly provided by Gordon Carpenter

The Plough, Radwinter

Professionally photographed by Gordon Ridgewell

The following entries are in this format:

Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.

Prior to the 1832 residents of the Plough I have the baptisms of the Chapman children James 1827 son of John and Alice Chapman at the Plough, Alice 1828, John Thomas 1831 and then Peter 1833. Prior to that I have the transfer papers from John Chapman 1752-1824 to his son John 1799-1846 and prior to that payments of perhaps a mortgage from about 1786 til after 1800. **

1832-3/John Chapman/../../../Pigot's

1839/John Chapman/../../../Pigot's

1840/John Chapman/../../../Pigot's*

1841/John Chapman/Wheelwright & Publican/40/Essex/Census**
1841/Janet Chapman/../45/Scotland/Census**
1841/James Chapman/../14/Essex/Census**
1841/Alice Chapman/../12/Essex/Census**
1841/John Chapman/../10/Essex/Census**
1841/Peter Chapman/../7/Essex/Census**

1848/John Chapman/Victualler & Wheelwright/../../White's

1851/James Chapman/Blacksmith & Wheelwright/../../Post Office

1851/Janet Chapman/Victualler/62/Scotland/Census**
1851/James Chapman/Son, Wheelwright/24/Radwinter, Essex/Census**
1851/Alice Chapman/Daughter/22/Radwinter, Essex/Census**
1851/John T. Chapman/Son, Blacksmith/19/Radwinter, Essex/Census**

1855/Janet Chapman/../../../Kelly's*

1861/James Chapman/Wheelwright/34/Radwinter, Essex/Census**
1861/Susannah Chapman/Wife/31/Great Parndon, Essex/Census**
1861/John Chapman/Son/3/Radwinter, Essex/Census**
1861/James C. Chapman/Son/2/Radwinter, Essex/Census**
1861/Charles Chapman/Son/5m/Radwinter, Essex/Census**
1861/Eliza Taylor/Servant/16/Wimbish, Essex/Census**

1862/James Chapman/Wheelwright/../../Kelly's

1863/James Chapman/Wheelwright & Victualler/../../Kelly's**

1867/James Chapman/Wheelwright/../../Post Office

1870/Mrs. Susannah Chapman/../../../Kelly's

1871/Mrs. Susannah Chapman/../../../Post Office

1874/Edward Lampkin/../../../Kelly's

1878/Thomas Kettridge/../../../Kelly's

1881/Thomas Ketteridge/Licensed Victualler & Farmer/31/Ashdon, Essex/Census
1881/Emma Ketteridge/Wife/32/Ashdon, Essex/Census
1881/Minnie Ketteridge/Daughter/8/Ashdon, Essex/Census
1881/Samuel Ketteridge/Son/5/Radwinter, Essex/Census
1881/Kathleener Ketteridge/Daughter/3/Radwinter, Essex/Census
1881/William Downham/Boarder, Journeyman Butcher/27/Ashdon, Essex/Census
1881/Ada Swan/General Servant/14/Radwinter, Essex/Census

1882/Thomas Kettridge/../../../Kelly's

1886/David Willings/../../../Kelly's

1890/Edward Willings/../../../Kelly's

1894/Edward Willings/../../../Kelly's

1895/Edward Willings/../../../Kelly's

1898/Mrs. Fanny Willings/../../../Kelly's

1899/Mrs. Fanny Willings/../../../Kelly's

1901/Fanny Willings/Innkeeper/68/Horseheath, Cambs/Census***
1901/David G. Willings/Son, Farmer/34/Radwinter, Essex/Census***
1901/Agnes S. Willings/Daughter/30/Radwinter, Essex/Census***

1902/? Cromack/../../../Kelly's

1906/Alfred Charlcroft/../../../Kelly's

1908/Joseph Halls/../../../Kelly's

1910/William Garrett/../../../Kelly's

1912/Charles W. Carter/../../../Kelly's

1914/Charles W. Carter/../../../Kelly's

1917/Thomas Andrew Gore/../../../Kelly's

1922/Sydney Wright/../../../Kelly's

1925/Bertram Sumpton/../../../Kelly's

1929/Jack C. Smith/../../../Kelly's

1933/John J. Wilkinson/../../../Kelly's

1937/John J. Wilkinson/../../../Kelly's

My father was licensee here from March 9th 1939 until March 9th 1948, when they moved onto the Queens Head, Lawn Lane, Hemel Hempstead. ****

My father was born in Dovercourt Essex on 4/2/1895 and died on 17/11/1975. He had served in the Armed Forces for 24 years (The Royal Fusiliers rising to RQMS) , before eventually taking over the Plough. At the out break of war he joined the Civil Defence for Essex and was soon made up to Controller of North West Area Controller, working very close with the Armed Forces, Police and Ambulance Services whilst my mother 'held the fort' at the Plough.
The previous land lord, I believe was a Mr. Biddle , who lost the licence because he was caught selling alcohol after hours to the public, and was caught during a police raid.
In 1939 there was no running water, only water was from a garden pump,this continued for our first 9/12 months, there was also no electric, lighting was from 'tilley lamps, oil lamps and candles, there was no change to this until after the war, about 1950.
My parents were also the licenses of The Rose & Crown Maldon Essex from 1959 until 1968 when they both retired. They took over from Mr Williams? who emigrated to Australia after being there for only just over 2 years taking over from Jim Rivers family in 1955/6 ****

1939-1948/Orlando Carpenter/../../../Personal Reference ****


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**** Provided by Gordon Carpenter

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